Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Camouflage Butterfly


The challenge at Power Poppy is to use a bug, butterfly, etc.   None of my Power Poppy images have a bug or a butterfly. So I hope this works for the challenge. I printed two images, I cut a butterfly from one and  colored them both with Copic Markers. I also used the Pointillism technique on the images.

I glued just the body of the butterfly over the full image.  I added Wink of Stella to the butterfly and the flower centers. I also added a few highlights with a white gel pen.  The top layers are popped up over the base green layers with a piece of fun foam.

Stamps: Power Poppy Countryside Bouquet Digital Stamp Set.
Supplies: My Favorite Things Solid Flutter of Butterflies Die, Wink of Stella, Uniball Signo white gel pen, Fun Foam, Neenah white, Papertrey Ink white and black , and Stampin Up Wild Wasabi green card stock, Copic Markers.


CHALLENGES:
Power Poppy: The June Bug Challenge 

Simon Says Wed Challenge Blog: Anything Goes  
Thanks for stopping by, Irene




7 comments:

  1. Gorgeous blooms! Love everything about it! Thanks so much for playing Simon Says Stamp Wednesday “Anything Goes” Challenge! Beautiful colors and design. Well done!

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  2. Oh, Irene, I LOVE it! I read the title and started looking! Hehe! And then I scrolled down to see the other photo and found it (a little dense this morning). It's brilliant, and I love your coloring (always do!). Beautifully done, and what a great card for the challenges, especially the Power Poppy one with the bugs! Hugs!

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  3. It's really hard to see the butterfly, but it certainly is a Gorgeous one, Irene! Beautiful coloring~

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  4. Your cleverness is always a part of your card and your signiture on your work. I just look the way you challenge us, Irene. This is an amazing color and I LOVE your camoflaged butterfly.

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  5. Stunning work on this amazing beauty, Irene!!

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  6. Ab-SOL-ute-LY breathtaking!!!! Irene, you are a true artist!

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  7. Now this is clever... I like how you hid the butterfly, very clever indeed. Beautiful coloring to top it all off. Thanks for playing in our Power and Spark June Bug challenge this month.

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